Allouez Bay Beach, like all of the beaches along Wisconsin Point, is located along the far western shore of Lake Superior. Only minutes from the town of Superior, Wisconsin Point Beaches are known for scenic beauty and migratory bird watching. On the Allouez Bay side of the point, the calm shallow waters are a place to see and harvest wild rice. Years of sand dune and habitat restoration, combined with recent ADA accessibility improvements and bathrooms, make these beaches a must-see! The beaches are dog-friendly and several parking areas make these beaches all the easier to enjoy. No parking between 11pm and 4am, fires permitted seasonally (inquire before your visit). Please read and obey all posted regulations during your visit.
The Rice harvest has a specific season and requires a permit from the Wisconsin DNR.
Prior to your day at the beach, be sure to check the local weather forecast, and pay attention to changing weather and water conditions. Additional questions (including about the wild rice harvest) can be directed to the town of Superior at 715-395-7264.